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Hyperdivision 11h
Hyperdivision is looking for a full time employee with Node.js experience and understanding of security. Come work with and in Copenhagen!
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Dat Project Feb 13
New funding compensates existing Dat volunteers -- let's make it easier to contribute to open source
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Datcast Feb 11
"p2pforever is a humble hub of peer to peer web resources..."
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Rye Terrell Feb 12
My mind-numbingly boring write-up on generating camera rays:
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werle Feb 12
Replying to @josephwerle
The following illustrates a strange but valid DNS resource: dns://fw.example.org/*.%20%00.example?type=TXT
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werle Feb 12
Replying to @josephwerle
The following illustrates various escaping techniques. [...] dns:world%20wide%20web.example%
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werle Feb 12
Replying to @josephwerle
The following illustrates a URI for a resource with the name "", in the Internet (IN) class and the address (A) type, but from the DNS authority 192.168.1.1 instead of the default authority: dns://192.168.1.1/ftp.example.org?type=A
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werle Feb 12
Replying to @josephwerle
The following illustrates a URI for a resource with the name "" for the CERT type in the Internet (IN) class: dns:
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werle Feb 12
Replying to @josephwerle
Since the default class is IN and the default type is A, the same resource can be identified by a shorter URI using a relative name: dns:
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werle Feb 12
Replying to @josephwerle
The following illustrates a URI for a resource with the absolute name ".", the Internet (IN) class, and the Address (A) type: dns:.?clAsS=IN;tYpE=A
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werle Feb 12
Replying to @josephwerle
from the the examples below: A DNS URI is of the following general form. This is intended to illustrate, not define, the scheme: dns:[//authority/]domain[?CLASS=class;TYPE=type]
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werle Feb 12
TIL about RFC4501 - DNS URI -
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werle Feb 11
Replying to @yoshuawuyts
So clean
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zooko Feb 10
As far as I can tell, the only remaining reason for Java is Minecraft?
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werle Feb 11
genève est belle
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TonyVT SkarredGhost Feb 9
That's for sure an original use of hands tracking
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werle Feb 8
Replying to @Puri_sm
customer service has been quite good, though they are slow to respond. They have recognized this as a QC issue and are ready to ship another once I return it. thank you !
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werle Feb 6
Replying to @josephwerle
which they suggest here: PureOS is very pretty and feels somewhat familiar to PopOS disclaimer: I am less than 24 hours into usage
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werle Feb 6
I just got the librem13v4 from ... upgrading from 4 years of system76 and not really impressed... at all. Very nice "looking" and "feeling" but the company messed up my order. 4GB instead of 8GB. USB-C does not work. The touchpad didn't work until I tightened the screws,
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werle Feb 3
running a universal resolver for was a breeze - happy to report that this resolver supports the following methods: - did:ara - did:uport - did:ethr - did:eth - did:https
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